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  • Check your theme options. I viewed the source code and found this comment:
    <!– CHECK FOR REMOVE_SIDEBAR CUSTOM FIELD –>

    So this leads me to believe the theme author has provided for single column content.

    The other thing you can do is go into the core.css file and add this somewhere at the top:

    #right_links {
        display: none;
    }

    God do I hate other people’s code. That code is a mess; there’s no reason to have a gazillion stylesheets going on there. It makes simple things like this so hard to change. Anyway, HTH.

    Thank you. I´ll try that.

    I tried it, but didn´t work. Any other suggestions?
    Thanks

    Aack! {{slaps forehead}} I was looking at the wrong thing. Try this:

    #sidebar {display: none !important; }

    Then you may want to widen the main content area, but let’s try this first.

    It worked! 🙂 Thank you for your help.

    So I see! Glad to help. Sorry I didn’t point you in the right direction the first time!

    Hi, I am new to all of this, but want to leave the sidebar on my home page of yamidoo magazine and remove it from certain pages , does anyone know how I can do that?
    I really need step by step as I am a novice

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